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2017 Official Alton Visitors Guide
Social Lounge

Riverbend Earth Day Festival

Saturday, April 29, 2017
12:00pm to 6:00pm

Old Bakery Beer Company
400 Landmarks Blvd.
Alton, IL 62002
(618) 463-1470


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Riverbend Earth Day Festival

The Nature Institute (TNI) is excited to host the 6th annual Riverbend Earth Day Festival, in partnership with the Great Rivers Land Trust, the Alton Regional CVB, the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center/Lewis and Clark Community College and the Sierra Club. This event is FREE and open to all.

The event will be held, rain or shine, at The Old Bakery Beer Company in Alton, which is located at 400 Landmarks Blvd.

Let’s celebrate Earth Day together for this celebration of nature, music, food, and the arts. Guests can participate in organized hiking and clean ups, enjoy fresh and local foods, and pursue unique goods by local vendors and artists.

Other features will include live music, children’s activities with nature-inspired arts and crafts, hands-on informational booths, and other opportunities.

For more information, call (618) 466-9930.


Admission
Free

Seasons
Spring
Riverbend Earth Day Festival

The Nature Institute (TNI) is excited to host the 6th annual Riverbend Earth Day Festival, in partnership with the Great Rivers Land Trust, the Alton Regional CVB, the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center/Lewis and Clark Community College and the Sierra Club. This event is FREE and open to all.

The event will be held, rain or shine, at The Old Bakery Beer Company in Alton, which is located at 400 Landmarks Blvd.

Let’s celebrate Earth Day together for this celebration of nature, music, food, and the arts. Guests can participate in organized hiking and clean ups, enjoy fresh and local foods, and pursue unique goods by local vendors and artists.

Other features will include live music, children’s activities with nature-inspired arts and crafts, hands-on informational booths, and other opportunities.

For more information, call (618) 466-9930.


Admission
Free

Seasons
Spring

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